The co-ed business fraternity has scheduled five informational sessions and an open house.
Peltier, winner of St. Thomas’ 2010 Distinguished Alumnus Award, will inaugurate the First Friday series’ 20th season.
iExplore gives students tips, information and resources to help them make informed major and career choices.
Students will meet for dinner and discuss Repentance: The Meaning and Practice of Teshwah on Oct. 5. The author will join the group on Nov. 2.
Student Alumni Council members will provide information on the SAM program at the Sept. 21 Fall Activities Fair and again as they hand out root beer floats Sept. 23 and 28 in the quad.
The new works were commissioned by Linda and Jack Hoeschler to honor St. Thomas’ president, Father Dennis Dease.
Sing for a song or two or just sit and listen with your lunch.
Student leaders will engage participants in discussion at this free retreat on Sept. 25-26 at the Gainey Center in Owatonna, Minn.
The agenda includes volunteer opportunities, introduction of the new executive board and scholarship opportunities.
Saberi, a freelance journalist who last year was kidnapped and held in an Iranian prison, is the first speaker planned for Minnesota Public Radio's 2010-2011 Broadcast Journalist Series.
Club activities this week include a presentation, an informational meeting and tryouts.
Look for a treat table around campus and pick up information about the center at the same time.
Technical glitches cause do-over; those who voted yesterday can vote again.
Business students can meet their business program advisers and learn about business-student organizations at this social event today and tomorrow.
Application day for January trips is Oct. 5.
St. Thomas’ Michael Naughton to Speak at Season’s First ‘Faith and Work Breakfast’ Tomorrow at St. Olaf
Naughton also will speak Thursday at a Faith and Work lunch, something new in the 16 years of the series.
Dr. Gabrielle Vail, a specialist on Mayan glyphs and codices, will give a lecture, "Venus Warriors and Feathered Serpents: The Celestial World of the Prehispanic Maya," Friday evening.
Satisfy your chocolate craving between 3 and 4:30 p.m. Friday at the Luann Dummer Center for Women.
All undergraduate students are eligible to vote.
Business students who have studied abroad and international business faculty will be on hand to talk to students at an information session today.
Auditions are tomorrow at St. Thomas and Wednesday at St. Catherine.
SIFE stands for Students In Free Enterprise.
Those planning to try out for the teams should attend.
Win prizes at a Texas Hold ’Em Tourney tomorrow. Get free T-shirts and sweatpants at volleyball and soccer games, respectively.
Erin O'Flaherty is the team captain and contact person.